The government has started the task of taking over the land in Nijgadh to expedite construction of another International Airport in the country, Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister, Jiwan Bahadur Shahi claimed.
“The work of construction of Bhairahawa Airport and the process of taking over the land in Nijgadh has been initiated.” Shahi claimed.
The construction work of rooms for workshops, concrete mixing plant and for workers has been completed in Gautam Buddha International Airport, Bhairahawa.
When the work of the Bhairhawa airport is undocked, the dispute regarding Nijgadh land is still not solved.
Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister, Jiwan Bahadur Shahi, informed, “The process of constructing our own three international featured airplanes has been evoked.” He added, “This will satisfy many passengers and will function properly.”
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